Head of Political and Social Sciences
(with the ability to teach Politics)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of Politics A-level to lead this large and successful department with effect from 31st August 2020.
The post will be paid at RA10 rising incrementally, subject to satisfactory annual review, to RA12 (£7,560-£9,072 per annum). For example, a Teacher at the top of the teaching scale (Point 9) will initially be awarded ten responsibility points (RA10), making a salary of £46,889; this would rise by annual increments to £48,401 (RA12). Appointment to points (1-9) on the teaching scale is dependent on experience.
The person appointed will be capable of teaching to a high academic standard, will be strongly committed to the learning and well-being of young people and will be able to demonstrate and/or develop excellent leadership skills.
The department offers the following subjects at A level: Politics, Philosophy, Sociology, Classical Civilisation, Latin and Religious Studies. The person appointed will work with a committed, creative and hard-working team of teachers within a supportive college environment. This post represents an outstanding opportunity for professional growth and development.
Closing date for applications is 9.00am on Monday 24th February
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 3rd March
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and staff and expects all members of the College community, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. The College actively promotes equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.